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France : Jeep Elite

France : Jeep Elite
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Country: France

Location: Europe

Demography: 67M citizens (21st in the world)

Spoken language: French

Largest cities : Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Toulouse

Regular-season schedule: September to April

About Jeep Elite

France’s LNB, Ligue Nationale de Basket, is made of 18 teams in the first division, known as Jeep®Elite, with 34 regular season games followed by playoffs.

Once a league with competitive teams in the Euroleague, the French league has taken a backseat to its European counterparts since the early 2000. Once dominated by powerhouses like ASVEL (19 championships), Limoges (11 championships) and Pau-Orthez (9 titles), the Jeep®Elite has known 11 different champions in 15 years.

Although instability at the top is a trademark, France is also synonymous with professionalism and stability in the front offices while being a formidable springboard for prospects. With a style of play based on athleticism and speed the no other European country has produced as many NBA players as France. These youngsters have followed in Tony Parker’s footsteps, spending a couple of years on their home-soil before taking their talent to the US.

Parker indeed, has returned to its roots, becoming the President of ASVEL and leading the team back to the top, winning two championships in four seasons while bringing the club back to the Euroleague.

2019-2020 Jeep Elite Teams

ASVEL, BCM, Boulazac, Boulogne-Levallois, Bourg-en-Bresse, Chalon, Châlons-Reims, Cholet, Dijon, Le Mans, Le Portel, Limoges, Monaco, Nanterre, Orléans, Pau-L-Orthez, Roanne, Strasbourg

Basketball history

Jeep Elite Champions and Award Winners

Jeep Elite MVPs

SEASON PLAYER TEAM
2019-2020 No MVP -
2018-2019 David Holston Dijon
2017-2018 Zachery Peacock Bourg-en-Bresse
2016-2017 D.J. Cooper Pau-L-Orthez
2015-2016 Devin Booker Chalon
2014-2015 Adrien Moerman Limoges
2013-2014 Antoine Diot
Randal Falker
Strasbourg
Nancy
2012-2013 Edwin Jackson
Dwight Buycks
ASVEL
Gravelines
2011-2012 Fabien Causeur
Blake Schilb
Cholet
Chalon
2010-2011 Mickael Gélabale
Samuel Mejia
ASVEL
Cholet
2009-2010 Ali Traoré
Ricardo Greer
ASVEL
Nancy
2008-2009 Alain Koffi
Austin Nichols
Le Mans
Hyères-Toulon
2007-2008 Nando De Colo
Marc Salyers
Cholet
Roanne
2006-2007 Cyril Julian
Dewarick Spencer
Nancy
Roanne
2005-2006 Cyril Julian
Jason Rowe
Nancy
Hyères-Toulon
2004-2005 Laurent Sciarra
Jermaine Guice
Gravelines
Le Havre
2003-2004 Laurent Foirest
Rick Hughes
Pau-L-Orthez
Strasbourg
2002-2003 Boris Diaw
Rico Hill
Pau-L-Orthez
Le Mans
2001-2002 Cyril Julian
Roger Esteller
Nancy
Pau-L-Orthez
2000-2001 Jim Bilba
Bill Edwards
ASVEL
ASVEL
1999-2000 Moustapha Sonko
Marcus Brown
ASVEL
Limoges
1998-1999 Laurent Foirest
Keith Jennings
Pau-L-Orthez
Le Mans
1997-1998 Jim Bilba
Jerry McCullough
ASVEL
Gravelines
1996-1997 Yann Bonato
Delaney Rudd
Limoges
ASVEL
1995-1996 Antoine Rigaudeau
Delaney Rudd
Pau-L-Orthez
ASVEL
1994-1995 Yann Bonato
David Rivers
Paris
Antibes
1993-1994 Antoine Rigaudeau
Michael Young
Cholet
Limoges
1992-1993 Antoine Rigaudeau
Michael Young
Cholet
Limoges
1991-1992 Antoine Rigaudeau
Michael Brooks
Cholet
Limoges
1990-1991 Antoine Rigaudeau
Michael Brooks
Cholet
Limoges
1989-1990 Stéphane Ostrowski
Don Collins
Limoges
Limoges
1988-1989 Stéphane Ostrowski
Don Collins
Limoges
Limoges
1987-1988 Stéphane Ostrowski
Don Collins
Limoges
Limoges

Jeep Elite Defensive Player of the Year

Jeep Elite Most Improved Player

SEASON PLAYER TEAM
2019-2020 - -
2018-2019 - -
2017-2018 - -
2016-2017 Paul Lacombe Strasbourg
2015-2016 Wilfried Yeguete Pau-L-Orthez
2014-2015 Benjamin Sene Nancy
2013-2014 Clint Capela Chalon
2012-2013 Edwin Jackson ASVEL
2011-2012 Evan Fournier Poitiers
2010-2011 Evan Fournier Poitiers
2009-2010 Kevin Séraphin Cholet
2008-2009 Rodrigue Beaubois Cholet
2007-2008 Nando De Colo Cholet

Jeep Elite Defensive Player of the Year

SEASON PLAYER TEAM
2019-2020 - -
2018-2019 - -
2017-2018 D.J. Stephens Le Mans
2016-2017 Louis Labeyrie Paris
2015-2016 Matt Howard
Mathias Lessort
Strasbourg
Chalon
2014-2015 Jamar Smith
Darnell Harris
Limoges
Orléans